I have been fascinated by Genealogy or Family Tree research for many years now and it's a hobby or passion that continues to this day.
I am probably very fortunate that a lot of my Family History has been researched by people over the years because of some of the connections my ancestors had. That includes one of them Myles Standish being on The Mayflower and founding Duxbury in in Plymouth County, Massachusetts. However, one of the things that people who know I am interested in Genealogy often ask if how to get started when it comes to researching your family tree.
This page is therefore intended to help you get started and show you how to start exploring your own Family History.
If you’ve ever wondered why you have red hair, or where you get your green eyes from when the rest of your family has brown, or maybe you’re curious about your peculiar last name then taking a look into your family’s history might give you the answers you’ve been looking for.
Dig into your past and see what you can uncover about your family tree and maybe you’ll learn to finally appreciate and embrace your striking features and family name. Below are five steps on how to research your family tree.